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.s. embassy. richard engle, nbc news, cairo. >> here at home, dozens gathered outside the white house to denounce the violence in libya. live in d.c. with the calls for justice. jackie? >> reporter: this was organized through social media by libyans with one foot here in the d.c. area and the other thousands of miles away. >> reporter: the young man who organized the vigil in front of the white house for am bas dar chris stevens is a graduate of jeb stuart high school and took a year off to become a freedom fighter in libya. >> he was really enthusiastic about being there. and he was also excited about libyan americans coming and helping. i remember him specifically telling us, the few libyan americans that were there, that he's very proud as an american that we're here as americans helping out this revolution. >> reporter: among those who spoke, a university of maryland student who met ambassador stevens in libya. >> translator: we really want to live amongst the libyan people. he would go out. he would explore. he would -- he really would -- i felt like he considered libya his home.
flag and raised a black banner of al-qaida as four americans murdered on attack returned home. richard engle begins our coverage. >> reporter: u.s. diplomatic out posts now appear to be easy targets. in yemen, for the second day, furious protesters decide to storm the embassy burning american flags as riot police fire water cannons. gunshots can be heard. why? because they say the u.s. isn't doing enough against the makers of that now infamous antiislam video. in tunisia, demonstrators set fires by the u.s. embassy gate. and in sudan, protesters turned their rage on the british and german embassies. those countries had nothing to do with the video. but they're foreign western powers. and for the mob, that's close enough. in cairo, the government called off massive demonstrations. the president went on television to urge calm. but clashes near the u.s. embassy continue. authorities had to build a wall to block an access road. there were demonstrations today in nearly 40 cities across the region and beyond. but as bad as it looks, the demonstrations were generally small. but in what will
," correspondent richard engle has the special story of lewis loftus. richard first met him on an awful battlefield in afghanistan. the two men have stayed in touch and now almost two years later, we get to see the struggles that this young veteran is going through. >> i used to be one of those guys that made fun of people with post trauma stress in, my mind, not to their face. i'd think what a sissy, you know, what a sissy. now i realize that it's a real thing. >> that will be among our stories next week on "rock center." for everyone who worked so hard to bring you tonight's broadcast, thanks for being with us. good night from new york. youristic of the bulls into bears. let's take a look at the bullish side. just when we were starting to be afraid of what's going on in europe despite the rise, offering exactly what the richer countries like germany want to do to hold up their end of the deal. second the chinese market, it rallied hard last night and that could be a sign that we're about to get more stimulus in everyone's favorite communist country. suffice it to say that today general electric j
on "rock center," correspondent richard engle has the special story of lewis loftus. richard first met him on an awful battlefield in afghanistan. the two men have stayed in touch and now almost two years later, we get to see the struggles that this young veteran is going through. >> i used to be one of those guys that made fun of people with post trauma stress in, my mind, not to their face. i'd think what a sissy, you know, what a sissy. now i realize that it's a real thing. >> that will be among our stories next week on "rock center." for everyone who worked so hard to bring you tonight's broadcast, thanks for being with us. good night from new york. >>> a mom on the run, wanted for using her child to do her dirty work. the alleged crime spree and where she could be now. >>> roseanne's presidential campaign hits the bay area. the news is next. our science teacher helped us build it. ♪ now i'm a geologist at chevron, and i get to help science teachers.
's tomorrow morning on "today." next week here on "rock center," correspondent richard engle has the special story of lewis loftus. richard first met him on an awful battlefield in afghanistan. the two men have stayed in touch and now almost two years later, we get to see the struggles that this young veteran is going through. >> i used to be one of those guys that made fun of people with post trauma stress in, my mind, not to their face. i'd think what a sissy, you know, what a sissy. now i realize that it's a real thing. >> that will be among our stories next week on "rock center." for everyone who worked so hard to bring you tonight's broadcast, thanks for being with us. good night from new york.
. that's where nbc's richard engle join us from this evening with the very latest? hello, richard. >> reporter: clashes are continuing here tonight in tahrir square near the u.s. embassy even at this late hour. they were not the only ones today. so far the clashes and protests by people who were infuriated by that obscure internet video that was so anti-islamic, so inflammatory, so far these protests have been relatively small and happened in at least 11 different countries. the biggest one today was in yec them men where several hundred demonstrators climbed up the embassy and climbed up the main gate and managed to get inside and smashed cars and set them on fire and smashed windows. the embassy had been prepared and the embassy staff were moved to a secure location and no one was hurt. this situation has put embassies across the region on high alert. tomorrow, here in egypt, more demonstrations have been called for but in a positive sign, none of the protests are expected to take place near any embassies. richard engel, nbc news, cairo. >> many thanks to richard, nbc's richard
.s. embassy in cairo. let's go to nbc chief foreign correspondent richard engle in cairo. >> reporter: there's more violence tonight in egypt and there are clashes ongoing between a relatively small number of demonstrators and egyptian security forces right in front of the u.s. embassy here in downtown cairo. the clashes began as egyptian forces tried to push back the demonstrators, clear them away trt from the embassy and they sent in armored paddy wagons to arrest the demonstrators who refused to disperse. this was nothing compared to what happened yesterday in libya at the consulate in the city of benghazi. we are now learning that there was a five-hour gun battle as the consulate there was under attack by a militant group that used military-style tactics, used mortars and used rpgs and ultimately killed four americans including the u.s. ambassador. richard engel, nbc news, cairo. >> many thanks to nbc's richard engel reporting in cairo. >>> let's get right to our distinguished panel, indiana republican senator dan coates and peter brooks who worked in the bush administration and larry co
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